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Фабрикант М. С. The Ideology and Politics Journal. 2013. Т. 2. № 4. С. 61-77.

The article is dedicated to the new significance of the national issue as a challenge posed to the contemporary Russian liberalism. The purpose of the study is to transfer the clash of liberal and nationalist ideologies from mass media and blogs into the realm of academic conceptual analysis. In the first part of the article, the key definitions of nationalism are examined and placed on a scale compatible to the described range of position developed by Russian liberals with regard to nationalist ideology. Then the two continuums are used to trace the main criteria of (in)compatibility between liberalism and nationalism. Subsequently, the focus shifts on the contemporary Russian liberalism to trace possible implications of the discovered (in)compatibilities. Finally, the conclusions contain a series of suggestions on the possible moves that have not been taken by liberals in their attempts to come to terms with the challenge of nationalism.

Added: Apr 6, 2014
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Kurbatov S., Alla Marchenko. Ideology and Politics Journal. 2013. Vol. 2. No. 4. P. 4-28.

The  article  deals  with  representations  of  Mikhail  Gorbachev,  last  leader  of  the  USSR,  in

textbooks  on the history  of  three  Post-Soviet  countries:  Russia,  Belarus  and  Ukraine.  The

personality of Gorbachev is seen in the wider framework  of attitudes to the “late  Soviet”  and its

embedding  in  three  histories  based  on  the  official  discourses.  The  results  of  historical  textbook

analysis  show  the  ambiguity  and  diversification  of  these  attitudes  reflected  in  three  “faces”  of

Gorbachev changing with the pace of perestroika. It is seen that negative attitudes to the personality

of  Gorbachev  are  connected  to  his  representations  within  the  framework  of  Machiavelist  elite

theories and general fight for power, with certain manifest or latent nostalgia  for the Soviet past.

The case of Ukraine is the most in contrast with a positive evaluation of  Gorbachev’s personality

and activities in comparison to Russia and Belarus.

Added: Mar 28, 2015
Article
Isaev E. Ideology and Politics Journal. 2016. No. 1. P. 31-50.

This paper is devoted to the problem of the militarization of culture in modern Russia. The two key scientific fields are public history and the politics of memory. Firstly, based on the official documents and statements of authorities, the paper will characterize the relations between the state and Russian cinema as well as the role of history and historical films in the contemporary politics of memory. Secondly, after identifying the role of popular cinema in Russia, the paper will explore the characteristics of historical periods in popular films, based on the hypothesis that the Russian past is mostly represented around or inside war, while the criticism of war is becoming less and less important for popular cinema

Added: Jan 6, 2017
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Кашников Б. Н. The Ideology and Politics Journal. 2018. Т. 11. № 3. С. 36-77.
Added: Sep 20, 2018